The Best Tuna-Less Salad
November 18, 2015
This delicious “tuna” contains no fish, egg or dairy, but is made with chickpeas, red onion, celery, pickles and nori seaweed (for that “from the sea” taste). This completely vegan mixture may not be full of fish, but it sure is full of flavor!
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Step 1: Making the “Tuna” Salad
Step 2: Serving the “Tuna” Salad
For this recipe, you will need one 28-ounce can of chickpeas (also called garbanzo beans) or two smaller cans. Alternatively, you can cook your own, which is even better. If using canned, drain and place into a large bowl.
NOTE: If you do not have nori flakes, you can grind up one or two sheets of nori (the kind used to make sushi) in a spice grinder. The mineral-rich nori adds a nice “from the sea” flavor and look to the mixture.
This recipe courtesy of the Rouxbe Online Cooking School and was shared by Sarah http://healgrowblossom.com/